James Lawler

James Lawler

Professor
Seidenberg School of CSIS
Information Technology NY
NYC
214
163 William Street
| Office Hours: Tue, Thu 7:00am-9:00am

Biography

Personal Quote

Inclusion is a way of thinking, a way of being, and a way of making decisions about helping everyone belong.

Faculty Bio

Professor of Disability Studies and Information Technologies Recognized with the National Jefferson Award for Community Service

Awards and Honors

  • Pace University, 2022, 2022 Pace University YES Award
  • Southeastern Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (SEINFORMS), 2021, 2022 Southeastern Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (SEINFORMS) Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Service
  • Center for Community Outreach and Research, Pace University, 2019, Fall 2019 Yes! Make It Happen
  • Southeastern Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (SEINFORMS), 2019, Fall 2019 Certificate for Outstanding Service
  • Pace University Dyson School of Arts & Sciences Writing Center, 2019, Pace University Dyson School of Arts & Sciences Writing-Enhanced Course Awards Ceremony
  • Pace University, 2018, Spring 2018 Pace University Center for Teaching , Learning and Technology (CTLT) - Teaching Tecniques Seminar Certificate of Recognition
  • Pace University, 2018, Spring 2018 Pace University Office of Student Success - 2018 Student and Faculty Research Day Certificate of Participation
  • Pace University Dyson School of Arts and Sciences - Writing Center, 2018, Spring 2018 Pace University CIS 102W Writing Enhanced Course (WEC) Program Awards - Josina Genetti, Danielle Harloff and Sarah Scalia
  • Simons Foundation - Spark Mobile App Contest - FutureBooks - Best Design - Adil Imran Sanai, 2018, Spring 2018 Pace University Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
  • AHRC New York City, 2017, Fall 2017 AHRC New York City Certificate of Service Learning
  • AHRC New York City, 2017, Fall 2017 AHRC New York City Certificate of Appreciation - Celebration of Ten Years of Service Learning
  • Pace University, 2017, Fall 2017 Pace University Employee Recognition Ceremony and Reception - Outstanding Contribution Award - Maggie Leung - Marino
  • Pace University Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, 2017, Spring 2017 Pace University Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems Honors Awards (Diverse) - Melanie Greene
  • Pace University Writing Center, 2017, Spring 2017 CIS 102W Writing Enhanced Course (WEC) Award - Caroline Ver Planck
  • Pace University Writing Center, 2017, Spring 2017 CIS 102W Writing Enhanced Course (WEC) Award - Christopher Brown
  • Pace University Writing Center, 2017, Spring 2017 CIS 102W Writing Enhanced Course (WEC) Award - Evan Sands
  • Pace University Writing Center, 2017, Spring 2017 CIS 102W Writing Enhanced Course (WEC) Award - Ezana Ceman
  • Pace University Office of Provost - Office of Student Success, 2017, Spring 2017 Pace University Office of Provost - Office of Student Success Certificate of Participation for Undergraduate - Faculty Research Day at pace University
  • Pace University Jefferson Award Committee, 2016, Fall 2016 Pace University Jefferson Award for Community Service - Kenesha Henry
  • Pace University Dyson School of Arts & Sciences, 2016, Spring 2016 Pace University - Alex Ortiz - Writing Enhanced Course Award
  • Pace University Dyson School of Arts & Sciences, 2016, Spring 2016 Pace University - Alexa McKenna - Writing Enhanced Course Award
  • Pace University Dyson School of Arts & Sciences, 2016, Spring 2016 Pace University - Heather Kelley - Writing Enhanced Course Award
  • Pace University Dyson School of Arts & Sciences, 2016, Spring 2016 Pace University - Jennifer Glassey - Writing Enhanced Course Award
  • Pace University Dyson School of Arts & Sciences, 2016, Spring 2016 Pace University - Jenny Wong - Writing Enhanced Course Award
  • Pace University Dyson School of Arts & Sciences, 2016, Spring 2016 Pace University - Michelle Back - Writing Enhanced Course Award
  • Pace University, 2016, Spring 2016 12th Annual Pace Pitch Entrepreneurship Lab Finalist Award - Adil Sanai
  • Pace University Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems, 2016, Spring 2016 Celebration of Individuals with Disabilities in Films Film Festival at Pace University
  • AHRC New York City, 2016, Spring 2016 AHRC New York City Partnership for Innovation
  • Pace University, 2015, Fall 2015 Jefferson Award for Community Service - Melanie Green
  • Pace University, 2015, Fall 2015 Pace University Featured Faculty
  • AHRC New York City Foundation, Inc. News, 2015, Summer 2015 AHRC New York City College Program to Expand with AHRC New York City Foundation Grant
  • Pace Magazine, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University A Perfect Pair: Digital Art for People with Disabilities
  • Pace Magazine, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University Celebrating Difference: Film Festival Marathon
  • Pace Magazine, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University Making a World of Difference: Where It All Begins
  • Pace University, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University Alumni Special Golden Graduate Luncheon
  • Pace University Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University - Cyrielle Eutrope - Writing Enhanced Course Award
  • Pace University Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University - Kattarina Bayle - Writing Enhanced Course Award
  • Pace University Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University - Kelly Peterson - Writing Enhanced Course Award
  • Pace University Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University - Melanie Green - Writing Enhanced Course Award
  • Pace University, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University Donor Honor Roll
  • Pace University, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University Plaque to Commemorate Research Excellence
  • Sponsored Research, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University Certificate of Appreciation in Research and Scholarship
  • Pace Alumni e-Connect - Alumni Spotlight, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University Non-Profit Partnership Empowers People with Disabilities and Students
  • Behavioral Health News Newsletter, 2015, Spring 2015 Behavioral Health News Disability Film Festival at Pace University
  • NYSARC, Inc. Newsletter, 2015, Spring 2015 NYSARC, Inc. Disability Film Festival at Pace University
  • Center for Community Outreach Newsletter, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University Disability Film Festival at Pace University
  • Pace Alumni Newsletter, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University Disability Film Festival at Pace University
  • Pace Opportunitas, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University Disability Film Festival at Pace University
  • The Pace Parents Newsletter, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University Disability Film Festival at Pace University
  • The Pace Pulse, 2015, Spring 2015 Pace University Disability Film Festival at Pace University
  • United States Department of State Press, 2015, Spring 2015 United States Department of State Disability Film Festival at Pace University
  • AHRC New York City Foundation Annual Report, 2015, Spring 2015 AHRC New York City Pilot Inclusion Program at Pace University
  • The Pace Pulse, 2014, Fall 2014 Pace University Catching a Dream Program at Pace University
  • The Pace Pulse, 2014, Fall 2014 Pace University The Art of Appreciation: Visual Storytelling
  • The Pace Press, 2014, Fall 2014 Pace University Students Engage Adults on the Autism Spectrum
  • AHRC New York City News, 2014, Fall 2014 AHRC New York City Digital Storytelling Enhances Self-Expression for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum
  • NYSARC, Inc., 2014, Fall 2014 NYSARC, Inc. Certificate of Appreciation
  • AHRC New York City, 2014, Spring 2014 AHRC New York City Community Partner Award
  • Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) - e-Portfolio Group, 2014, Spring 2014 Pace University Ashleigh Taylor - e-Portfolio Contest Winner
  • Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) - e-Portfolio Group, 2014, Spring 2014 Pace University Juhi Laungani - e-Portfolio Contest Winner
  • Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) - e-Portfolio Group, 2014, Spring 2014 Pace University Kristina Grimmer - e-Portfolio Contest Winner
  • Writing Center, 2014, Spring 2014 Pace University Ashleigh Taylor - Writing Enhanced Course Award
  • Sponsored Research and Scholarship, 2014, Spring 2014 Pace University Certificate of Award - Entrepreneurship
  • Sponsored Research and Scholsarship, 2014, Spring 2014 Pace University Certificate of Completion - Disability Film Media Study
  • Human Resources Department, 2014, Spring 2014 Pace University Annual Employee Recognition Ceremony
  • NYSARC, Inc., 2013, Fall 2013 NYSARC, Inc. Certificate of Appreciation
  • ISECON, 2013, Fall 2013 Information Systems Educators Conference - Meritorious Paper Award
  • The Jefferson Awards for Public Service, 2010, 2010 Pace University Bronze Medal Jefferson Award
  • United Way, 1985, 1985 Co-Chairman - United Way Campaign
  • Wharton Graduate School of Finance - University of Pennsylvania, 1985, 1985 Corporate Nominee - Securities Industry Institute

Education

DPS, Pace University, School of Computer Science and Information Systems, White Plains, NY, US, 2002
Computing

Continuing Education, New York University, Graduate School of Business, New York, NY, US, 1979
APC in Computer Applications (Audited)

MBA, Pace University, Graduate School of Business, New York, NY, US, 1974
Business Management

BBA, Saint Francis College,, 1971
Business Administration

Research and Creative Works

Research Interest

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Methodologies, Strategies, and Technologies; Disability Studies and STEM Technologies for Individuals with Developmental and intellectual Disabilities (IDD); e-Business Strategies and Technologies; Global Program Management Sourcing Strategies; Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA); and Web Services Methodologies, Strategies, and Technologies.

Artistic and Professional Performances and Exhibits

2022 Celebration of People with Disabilities in Films Film Festival at Pace University
[Art - Arts Festival] Sprout Film Festival, Pace University Seidenberg - School of Computer Science and Information Systems, 161 William Street, New York, New York, USA

Grants, Sponsored Research and Contracts

2022 Pace University Faculty - Student Undergraduate Research Grant - Leah Kassis
Lawler, J. May 2022 - August 2022. Pace University, Pace University, $1,500.00. Funded.

2021 Pace University Kenan Grant
Lawler, J. November 2021 - December 2021. Pace University, Pace University, $395.00. Funded.

2021 Pace University Provost's Student-Faculty Fall 2021 Undergraduate Research Award Grant - Jodi Ann Greene
Lawler, J. May 2021 - August 2021. Pace University, Pace University, $1,300.00. Funded. "Applying the Benefits of Robots to Help Elderly People with Disabilities in Low Income Neighborhoods"

AHRC NYC "Catching a Dream" Mentoring Program at Seidenberg
Lawler, J. January 2021 - May 2021. AHRC NYC Foundation, Private, $1,415.00. Funded. AHRC NYC "Catching a Dream" Middle / High School Mentoring Program at Seidenberg

Fall 2019 Kenan Grant
Lawler, J. December 2019 - December 2019. Pace University, Pace University, $395.00. Funded.

Pace University Kenan Fund
Lawler, J. May 2019 - December 2019. Pace University Kenan Fund, Pace University, $266.85. Funded.

Helene and Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship
Lawler, J. October 2018 - September 2019. Pace University Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship, Pace University, $5,000.00. Funded.

AHRC New York City Catching a Dream Program at Pace University Seidenberg School
Lawler, J. March 2019 - May 2019. AHRC New York City Foundation, Private, $1,827.50. Funded.

Pace University Kenan Fund
Lawler, J. December 2018 - December 2018. Pace University Kenan Fund, Pace University, $520.00. Funded.

AHRC New York City Catching a Dream Program at Pace University Seidenberg School
Lawler, J. October 2018 - December 2018. AHRC New York City Foundation, Private, $2,226.00. Funded.

Pace University Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT)
Lawler, J. P. June 2018 - December 2018. Pace University Teaching Techniques Camp, Pace University, $250.00. Funded. As Above

Pace University Kenan Grant
Lawler, J. P. June 2018 - August 2018. Pace University, Pace University, $511.89. Funded. As Above

AHRC New York City Catching a Dream Mentoring Program
Lawler, J. P. January 2018 - May 2018. AHRC New York City, Private, $2,558.50. Funded. As Above

Pace University Pforzheimer Faculty Development Grant
Lawler, J. P. January 2018 - May 2018. Pace University, Pace University, $1,600.00. Funded. As Above

Fall 2013 AHRC New York City Grant
Lawler, J. September 2013 - December 2013. AHRC New York City, Other, $2,600.00. Funded. Catching a Dream Mentoring Program

Film Studio Technology for Computer Science High School Students with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
Lawler, J. January 2012 - December 2012. Thinkfinity, Verizon Foundation, Pace University, $9,916.00. Funded. Grant

AHRC/NYC, in support of the Catching a Dream Summer Program
Lawler, J. May 2012 - August 2012. Pace University, $3,500.00. Funded.

Thinkfinity, Verizon Foundation, Film Studio Technology for Computer Science High School Students with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
Lawler, J. September 2011 - December 2011. Pace University, $9,916.00. Funded. Grant

AHRC/NYC in support of the Catching a Dream fall program
Lawler, J. September 2011 - December 2011. Pace University, $3,200.00. Funded.

iPad Device Technology for Senior Citizens with Developmental & Intellectual Disabilities
Lawler, J. January 2011 - December 2011. Thinkfinity, Verizon Foundation, Pace University, $8,511.00. Funded.

AHRC/NYC, in support of the Catching a Dream summer program
Lawler, J. April 2011 - December 2011. Pace University, $2,230.00. Funded.

iPad Device Technology for AHRC NYC Adult Day Services Senior Citizens, $8,511
Lawler, J. November 2010 - December 2010. Thinkfinity, Verizon Foundation, Pace University, $0.00. Funded. $8,511

AHRC/NYC, Education Services in support of a mentoring program for students in the AHRC/NYC middle and high school
Lawler, J. October 2010 - December 2010. Pace University, $5,832.00. Funded.

AHRC/NYC
Lawler, J. January 2010 - December 2010. Pace University, $15,000.00. Funded. in support of a mobile computing project to benefit the organization

Technology Entrepreneurship in Computer Science
Joseph, A. & Lawler, J. January 2010 - December 2010. National Science Foundation, Pace University, $169,997.00. Funded.

Thinkfinity, Verizon Foundation, Augmentative Communication Technology for Adults in the Community with Developmental Disabilities
Lawler, J. January 2010 - December 2010. Pace University, $8,829.00. Funded.

Thinkfinity, Verizon Foundation, in support of Advanced Community Empowerment Partnership in 21st Century Technologies
Lawler, J. February 2009 - December 2009. Pace University, $7,000.00. Funded.

AHRC/NYC in Support of a Technology Project for the Organization
Lawler, J. January 2009 - December 2009. Pace University, $25,000.00. Funded.

Software Licenses for Curriculum Enhancement
Lawler, J. January 2008 - December 2008. Oracle 2008, Other, $250,000.00. Funded.

2008 Software Licenses for Curriculum Enhancement
Lawler, J. September 2007 - December 2007. Oracle, Pace University, $365,043.00. Funded.

Courses Taught

Past Courses

CIS 102: Tpc: Design Thinking and Innov
CIS 102: Web Dsgn for Non-Profit Org
CIT 471: Information Tchnlgy Internship
IS 490: Independent Study/Info Systems
IS 600: Grad Independent Study in IS
IS 617: Information Systems Principles
IS 660: Advncd Prjct & Prgrm Mngmnt
IS 660: Customer Relationship Mgmt
IS 660: Mngng Innvtn & Tchnlgy
IS 660: Mngng Innvtn and Tchnlgy
IS 660: Tech/Tools: Cstmr Rltnshp Mgt
IS 660: Tpc: Customer Relations Mgmt
IS 660: Tpc: Strategies for E-Commerce
IS 662: Issues in Information Systems
IS 671: Strategies for E-Commerce Tech
IS 675: Cstmr Rltnshp Mgmnt:Prcs & Tec
IS 692: Research Project Seminar

Publications and Presentations

Publications

2022 A Study of Mobile Computing for Controlling Food Waste
Lawler, J. Vol Fall 2022 (Issue Fall 2022) https://www.seinforms.org

2022 An Exploratory Study of Autonomous Ride Services (ARS) for People with Disabilities
Lawler, J. Vol Fall 2022 (Issue Fall 2022) https://www.seinforms.org

2022 Enhancing Classroom Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) through Active Civic Engagement of Faculty and Students
Lawler, J. Vol Fall 2022 (Issue Fall 2022) https://www.nyu.edu

2022 Expanding the Metropolitan Mission of the University with a Social Enttrepreneurship Program
Lawler, J. Vol Fall 2022 (Issue Fall 2022)

2022 Fostering Imaginative Inter-Disciplinary Interventions for Higher Education Learning in a Post-Pandemic Paradigm
Lawler, J. (2022, August). Faculty Resource Network (FRN) National Symposium Journal. Vol Spring 2022 (Issue Spring 2022) https://www.nyu.edu

2022 Cultivating Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice (DEIJ) from Outcomes of an Inter-Disciplinary Social Entrepreneurship Program
Lawler, J. (2022, May). Vol Spring 2022 (Issue Spring 2022) https://www.pace.edu

2022 The Utilization of Mobile Applications in the Battle against Household Food Waste (with Natalie Garcia)
Lawler, J. (2022, May). Vol Spring 2022 (Issue Spring 2022) https://www.pace.edu

2022 Engaging Entrepreneurial Students in Learning Marketable Skills through Collaborative Dynamic Self-Directed Teams - Findings
Lawler, J. (2022, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). Vol Spring 2022 (Issue Spring 2022) https://www.pace.edu

2022 Engaging Entrepreneurial Students in Learning Marketable Skills on Self-Directed Teams
Lawler, J. (2022, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). Vol Spring 2022 (Issue Spring 2022)

2022 Exploring the Benefits of Robotics to Assist People with Disabilities
Lawler, J. (2022, February). Vol Winter 2022 (Issue Winter 2022)

2022 Advocacy for Entrepreneurial People with Autism in Fields of STEM
Lawler, J. (2022, February). Vol Winter 2022 (Issue Winter 2022) https://www.dsi.org

2021 Fostering Imaginative Interventions for Higher Education Learning in a Post-Pandemic Paradigm
Lawler, J. (2021, November). Vol Fall 2021 (Issue Fall 2021)

2021 Pandemic Pivoting: Re-Imagining Entrepreneurial Projects of STEM
Lawler, J. (2021, November). Vol November 2021 (Issue November 2021) , pages 1-14.

2021 Feasibility of Multi-Sensory Environments of Virtual Reality for Non-Profit Organizations Helping People with Disabilities
Lawler, J. (2021, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Vol Fall 2021 (Issue Fall 2021) https://www.seinforms.org

2020 - 2021 Facilitating Cross-Disciplinary Learning from Entrepreneurial Inter-Disciplinary Projects
Lawler, J. (2021, May). Faculty Resource Network (FRN) National Symposium Journal. Vol Spring 2021 (Issue Spring 2021) , pages 10. https://www.nyu.edu

2020 - 2021 Increasing the Perceptions by Engineering and Information Systems Students as to the Potential of Students with Disabilities through a Disability Film Festival Forum
Lawler, J. (2021, March). Vol Spring 2021 (Issue Spring 2021) , pages 30.

2020 - 2021 Re-Energizing Collaborative Partnerships of Non-Profit Organizations and Students in a Major Metropolitan University
Lawler, J. (2021, March). Vol March 2021 (Issue Lightening Session Series) , pages 10.

2020-2021 Adapting to Socially Distant Environments through Collaborative Film Partnerships for People with Disabilities in a Major Metropolitan Region
Lawler, J. (2020, November). Vol Fall 2020 (Issue Lightning Series III) , pages 15.

2020-2021 An Analysis of Course Impacts from a Design Factory Methodology
Lawler, J. (2020, November). Vol 6 (Issue N5317) , pages 16. https://www.iscap-edsig.org/

2020-2021 Facilitating Cross-Disciplinary Learning from Inter-Disciplinary Projects
Lawler, J. (2020, November). Vol Fall 2020 (Issue Fall 2020) , pages 15. https://www.nyu.edu

Pace Service Learning Project Succeeds Despite Pandemic Changes
Lawler, J. (2020, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). AHRC New York City (NYC): The Rundown. Vol July (Issue July) , pages 5. https://www.ahrcnyc.org

Collaborative Course Design of Entrepreneurship Projects in a College of Computer Science and Information Systems - Full Research Study
Lawler, J. (2020, June). Information Systems Education Journal. Vol 18 (Issue 3) , pages 54-70. https://www.iscap-edsig.org/

Expanding Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue through Passion-Based Public Service Projects - Final Research Study
Lawler, J. (2020, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). Faculty Resource Network (FRN) National Symposium Journal. Vol Spring 2020 (Issue Spring 2020) , pages 15. https://www.nyu.edu/frn.edu

Enaging Students in Evaluating Films for a Disability Film Festival: Foundational Impacts
Lawler, J. (2020, February). Vol Spring 2020 (Issue Spring 2020) , pages 1. https://www.sedsi.org

A Case Study for Enabling a Non-Profit Organization to Help Artists with Cognitive Disabilities through a Multisensory Environment (MSE) of Virtual Reality
Lawler, J. (2020, February). Vol Spring 2020 (Issue Spring 2020) , pages 10. https://www.sedsi.org

Learning Neurodiversity in a College Program for Middle / High School Students with ASD
Lawler, J. (2020, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Autism Spectrum News. Vol 12 (Issue 3 (Winter)) , pages 27,31. https://autismspectrumnews.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/ASN-Winter2020.pdf

Developing Meaningful Conversations with Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration Projects: Expanding Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue through Passion-Based Public Service
Lawler, J. (2019, November). Vol Fall 2019 (Issue Miami, Florida) , pages 30. https://www.nyu.edu/frn.org

Collaborative Course Design of Entrepreneurship Projects in a College of Computer Science and Information Systems
Lawler, J. (2019, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Vol 4907 (Issue 4907) , pages 19. https://www.iscap-edsig.org

Engaging Students to Learn Collaboration and Diversity on Entrepreneurial Projects through Self-Directed Teams
Lawler, J. P. (2019, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Vol 55th Annual Meeting , pages 3. https://www.conferencemgt.com/presseinforms/seinforms.htm

Engaging College Students on Collaborative Projects with People with Cognitive Disabilities through e-Portfolios
Lawler, J. (2019, August). Information Systems Education Journal. Vol 17 (Issue 4) , pages 70-81.

Engaging and Motivating Students to Learn Design Thinking on Entrepreneurial Innovation Projects
Lawler, J. (2019, May). Vol 18th Annual

Evaluating the Feasibility of Helping Adults with Cognitive Disabilities through a Multu-Sensory Environment of Virtual Reality
Lawler, J. (2019, May). Vol Research Day - Spring 2019

Expanding Active Collaborative Learning on Diversity Projects through e-Portfolio Systems
Lawler, J. (2019, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). Faculty Resource Network (FRN) National Symposium Journal. Vol 2018

Including People with Disabilities in Service-Learning Projects
Lawler, J. (2019, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)).

Empowering Neurodiverse Students for Industry Opportunities through an Entrepreneurship Program in STEM
Lawler, J. (2019, March).

Student Assessment in a Capstone Computing Course
Lawler, J. (2019, February).

Evaluating the Feasibility of Virtual Reality for High School Students with Autism Spectrum Disabilities
Lawler, J. (2019, February).

Computer Science Inclusion Program Gives Marketable Skills for Adults
Lawler, J. (2019, January (1st Quarter/Winter)). Autism Spectrum News. Vol 11 (Issue 3) , pages 24,34.

Increasing Advocacy for Information Systems Students with Disabilities through Disability Film Festivals at a Major Metropolitan University
Lawler, J. & Joseph, A. (2018). Information Systems Education Journal. Vol 16 (Issue 3) , pages 55-62. https://www.isedj.org/2018-16/n3/ISEDJv16n3p55.html

Expanding Active Collaborative Learning on Diversity Projects through e-Portfolio Systems
Lawler, J. (2018, November).

Applying an Agile Collaborative Design Factory Methodology to Course Projects of STEM (4781)
Lawler, J. (2018, November). (Issue 4781)

Engaging College Students on Collaborative Projects with People with Cognitive Disabilities through e-Portfolios (4606)
Lawler, J. (2018, November). Vol 4781

A Perception Study of Virtual Reality Impacts on People with Disabilities in Multiple Semesters
Lawler, J. (2018, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)). Vol February (Issue February) , pages 10-15.

Equity and Inclusion for STEM Students with Disabilities at a Major Metropolitan University
Lawler, J. P. (2018, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)).

Expanding Critical Sensitivity Thinking Skills of STEM Students with Marginalized Populations of Society
Lawler, J. (2018, October (4th Quarter/Autumn)).

Diversity in Information Systems: Increasing Opportunities in STEM for Capable Students with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
Lawler, J., Joseph, A. & Greene, M. (2018, August). Information Systems Education Journal. Vol 16 (Issue 4) , pages 13-26. https://isedj.org/2018-16/n4/ISEDJv16n4p13.html

Fall 2017 Enriching Advocacy Practices for Classroom Diversity in a Celebratory Disability Film Festival Program
Lawler, J. P. (2018, June). Faculty Resource Network (FRN) National Symposium Journal. Vol 2017 , pages 1-18.

Expanding Learning of STEM Students through Opportunities with Marginalized Populations
Lawler, J. & Joseph, A. (2018, May).

Spring 2018 The Sixth Annual Celebration of Individuals with Disabilities in Films Film Festival
Lawler, j. P. (2018, May). Pace University Seidenberg School News.

Spring 2018 Augmented Reality: Are Applications of Augmented Reality a Reality for People with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities?
Lawler, j. P. (2018, May).

Fall 2017 Increasing Advocacy for Information Systems Students with Disabilities through Disability Film Festivals at a Major Metropolitan University
Lawler, J. P. (2018, May). Information Systems Education Journal. Vol V3 (Issue N4301) , pages 14.

Fall 2017 Diversity in Information Systems: Increasing Opportunities in STEM for Capable Students with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
, J. P. (2018, May). Information Systems Education Journal. Vol V3 (Issue N4306) , pages 14.

Spring 2018 Celebrating National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month at the 6th Annual Film Festival at Pace University
Lawler, J. P. (2018, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)). AHRC New York City News. , pages 1-6.

Spring 2018 Applying an Augmented Reality System for Engaging Students with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
Lawler, J. P. (2018, April (2nd Quarter/Spring)).

Spring 2018 Improving Productivity for College Students with Disabilities through Mobile Computing Devices
Lawler, J. P. (2018, February). , pages 12.

Fall 2018 Integrating Learning abpout a Community of Students with Disabilities through a Disability Film Festival for Communities of Students without Disabilities
Lawler, J. P. (2017, December). Pace University Opportunitas.

A Proposed Concentration Curriculum Design for Big Data Analytics for Information Systems Students
Molluzzo, J. & Lawler, J. Information Systems Education Journal. Vol 13 (Issue 1) , pages 45-57. https://isedj.org/2015-13/n1/ISEDJv13n1p45.html

Financial Innovation in High-Frequency Trading (H-FT) as a Discipline in a Technology Entrepreneurship Program
Lawler, J. & Joseph, A. (2012, November). Vol 29 (Issue 2080)

A Case Study of Determinants of an Effective Cloud Computing Strategy,Review of Business Information Systems, ,
Lawler, J., Joseph, A. & Howell-Barber, H. (2012, August). Vol 16 (Issue 3)

Presentations

2022 Disabilities Research for Undergraduate Students
Lawler, J. (2022, January). Pace University Speed Scholarship: Finding Your Scholarly Soulmate. Pace University,

2021 Benefits of Robotics to Assist People with Disabilities (with Jodi Ann Greene)
Lawler, J. (2021, November 12). Pace University Undergraduate Research Showcase. Pace University,

2021 Beyond Ethics: Engaging Computer Science and Information Systems Students in Inclusive Initiatives of Outreach
Lawler, J. (2021, November 4). ISCAP Educators Special Interest Group (EDSIG). ISCAP Educators Special Interest Group (EDSIG),

2020 - 2021 Experiential Learning Inside and Outside the Classroom: Cis 102W and CIS 102Y
Lawler, J. (2021, May 11). Pace University The Institute on Teaching and Learning. The Institute on Teaching and Learning,

2020 - 2021 Expanding Opportunities for Disadvantaged Diverse Populations for the Future of Work
Lawler, J. (2021, April 18). Pace University The Future of Work. The Future of Work Conference,

2020 - 2021 CIS 102W and CIS 102Y Experiential Learning Projects for Students
Lawler, J. (2021, March 30). Pace University Teaching, Learning and Technology (TLT). Teaching, Learning and Technology (TLT),

2020 - 2021 Academic Engagement with People with Disabilities in the Pandemic
Lawler, J. (2020, November 10). ARC Access, Equity and Inclusion in the Pandemic. ARC,

Virtual Campus: A Virtual Reality Tool for Introducing New Students with Disabilities to Their University
Lawler, J. (2019, November 7). Pace University Lubin School of Business - Entrepreneurship Lab. Entrepreneurship Lab,

Disability Film Festival 2019
Lawler, J. (2019, February 28). Pace University Disability Film Festival Focus Group Program. Pace University Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems,

Applying Virtual Reality for Engaing Students with Cognitive Disabilities
Lawler, J. (2018, October 17). Eastern Connecticut State University. Eastern Connecticut State University School of Business,

Increasing Advocacy for People with Disabilities through Disability Film Festivals at Pace University
Lawler, J. (2018, October 15). National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA). National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA),

Expanding Learning of STEM Students through Opportunities with Marginalized Populations
Lawler, J. P. (2018, May 17). Spring 2018 Pace University 17th Annual Faculty Institute. Pace University Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT),

Applying an Augmented Reality System for Engaging High School Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) at Mid-Spectrum
Lawler, J. P. (2018, May 3). Spring 2018 Pace University Student and Faculty Research Day. Pace University Office of Student Success,

Professional Contributions and Service

Professional Memberships

  • Society for Science [Member]
  • The Djoloff Foundation [Director]
  • 2021 AHRC New York City (NYC)
  • 2021 American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AAIDD)
  • 2021 Information Systems and Computing Academic Professionals, Inc. (ISCAP)
  • 2021 Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health Needs
  • 2021 Decision Sciences Institute - Southeast (SEDSI) [Committee Member]
  • 2021 Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) [Member]
  • 2021 Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) [Paper Reviewer]
  • 2021 Information Systems Education Journal (ISEDJ) Editorial Board [Editorial Board (Paper Reviewer)]
  • 2021 Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE) Editorial Board [Editorial Board (Paper Reviewer)]
  • 2021 New York University (NYU) Faculty Resource Network (FRN) [Author, Member and Presenter]
  • 2021 Southeastern Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (SEINFORMS) [Paper Reviewer]
  • 2021 Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) - Northeast (NEDSI) [Author, Presenter and Reviewer]
  • 2021 Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)
  • 2021 St. Johns University - Review of Business Global Editorial Board (Information Technology / Statistics) [Academic Paper Reviewer]
  • 2021 Association of Information Technology Professionals
  • 2021 Information Systems of Computing Academic Professionals [Mamber]
  • 2021 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Computer Society [Member]
  • 2021 TASH Think College! University of Rochester
  • 2021 Information Systems Education Journal (ISEDJ)

Department Service

  • 2021 - 2022 Please check Facuty Activity Report.
  • 2020 - 2021 Please refer to the "Narrative Questions" section of this system.
  • 2018-2019: Please refer to the Narrative Questions of the Seidenberg Faculty Activity Report.

College Service

  • 2021 - 2022 Please check Faculty Activity Report. 2021 - 2022 Please check Faculty Activity Report. []
  • 2020 - 2021 Please refer to the "Narrative Questions" section of this system. 2020 - 2021 Please refer to the "Narrative Questions" section of this system. []
  • 2018-2019: Please refer to the Narrative Questions of the Seidenberg Faculty Activity Report. 2018-2019: Please refer to the Narrative Questions of the Seidenberg Faculty Activity Report. []
  • Spring 2013 Seidenberg School Leadership and Service in Technology Award Reception Spring 2013 Seidenberg School Leadership and Service in Technology Award Reception [Attendee, Meeting]

University Service

  • 2021 - 2022 Please check Faculty Activity Report.
  • 2020 - 2021 Please refer to the "Narrative Questions" section of this system.
  • 2018-2019: Please refer to the Narrative Questions of the Seidenberg Faculty Activity Report.
  • Spring 2014 Pace University Pace Press [Faculty Advisor]
  • Spring 2014 Pace University Pace Press [Faculty Advisor]
  • Spring 2014 Pace University Institutional Review Board (IRB) [Faculty Advisor]
  • Spring 2014 Pace University Commencement Faculty Marshall [Faculty Marshall]
  • Spring 2014 United Cerebral Palsy and Pace University Presents Manhattan Developmental Disabilities Council Forum [Chairperson]
  • Spring 2014 AHRC New York City and Pace University Present Music in the City: Musical Performances by New Yorkers for New Yorkers [Chairperson]

Professional Service

2021 - 2022 Please check Faculty Activity Report.
2018-2019: Please refer to the Narrative Questions of the Seidenberg Faculty Activity Report.
Fall 2013 Conference on Information Systems Applied Research (CONSAIR) [Chairperson]

Public Service

  • 2021 - 2022 Please check Faculty Activity Report.
  • Fall 2019 - Spring 2020 Please refer to the Narrative Questions Section of the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems Faculty Activity Report - Dr. James P. Lawler
  • 2018-2019: Please refer to the Narrative Questions of the Seidenberg Faculty Activity Report.